What is your next step?

Together, the Certified Educational Facilities Professional (CEFP) and the Educational Facilities Professional (EFP) designations provide a professional credentialing continuum for the educational facilities professional.

The CEFP is the credential for both aspiring and existing senior-level educational facilities professionals with five (5) or more years of professional experience. In addition to knowledge based questions, the CEFP examination is designed to test and validate both professional experience and the sound application of knowledge.

The EFP is designed for the entry level professional with up to four (4) years’ management experience. The EFP credentialing examination consists of questions that are designed to validate one’s professional knowledge.

Take this short quiz to find out which exam fits your qualifications!

  1. How many years have you been employed in educational or non-educational facilities related work?

  2. What is the highest level of education or training you have acquired?
    PhD degree (Facilities or Non-Facilities related)
    Masters degree (Facilities or Non-Facilities related)
    BS/BA degree (Facilities related, i.e. Architecture/Engineering/Facilities Management, etc.)
    BS/BA degree (Non-Facilities related)
    Associates Degree
    HS Diploma (only if higher education was not obtained)

  3. Have you earned or acquired any of the following supplemental achievements?
    Total number of tracks completed at the Institute for Facilities Management
    Total number of tracks completed at the Leadership Academy
    EFP Recipient

  4. List up to three non-APPA related licenses/certification/professional association designations
    (i.e. Trades Craft/Journeyman)

You have earned of 15 points required to take the CEFP exam.